It’s not uncommon for celebrity offspring to follow in parental showbiz footsteps. They’re connected to the industry, they have good support, and they’ve established a brand for themselves by virtue of nothing more than a name. While this list includes genuinely talented individuals, there’s a few that are yet to leave their mark.
Daughter of Brian Williams, Yale graduate Allison is now known for her role in Girls.
Thankfully, Bria looks nothing like her father, Eddie. She's now just emerging in the modeling and acting world.
Dakota is the daughter of Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith. She's an emerging actress with a recent role in The Social Network.
Dominik Garcia-Lorido shines through with all the Cuban spice of her father and mother, film producer Marivi Lorido. Co-starring as a stripper in the independent film City Island alongside her dad, Dominik is now on Starz! Magic City.
Dylan Frances Penn has already been making some headlines heading into her twenties as she pursues her career in modelling and movies. The daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright has done a controversial nude cover for Treats! magazine, appeared in a video for Nick Jonas' Chains and had a role in Elvis & Nixon.
Daughter of Eric Roberts and niece of Julia Roberts, Emma is well and truly from a showbiz family. Her biggest role thus far was the homeless daughter in We're the Millers.
Daughter of Susan Sarandon, Eva is now an aspiring actress herself with numerous minor roles.
Francesca Ruth Eastwood is an American actress, model, television personality and socialite. She is known for starring in Mrs. Eastwood & Company, the E! reality series that she shares with her family. Mess with her... and mess with Dirty Harry!
Frances Bean Cobain
Frances Bean, the daughter of musicians Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, has grown into a gorgeous beauty. Her art is her passion, although she's also known to model.
Hailie Jade Scott Mathers
This is Eminem's (once) little girl he often "sang" about. She is now singing herself and pursuing a college education.